Got Oscar Nominees?

7 Feb

With less than 3 weeks left until the big night, you may be panicking that you haven’t seen enough (or any!) of the 9 best picture nominees.

You can definitely try to get to theaters to see War Horse, The Decendents, The Artist, Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close, Hugo and try a combo of Redbox, Netflix and On-Demand to catch Moneyball, The Help, Midnight in Paris and The Tree of Life…or you can see all of these in one fell swoop (or weekend)!

For the fifth year, AMC is hosting a Best Picture showcase. On the weekend of 2/18-2/19, participating theaters are showing all the best picture nominees, 4 on Saturday and 5 on Sunday. Or, in select cities (including San Francisco, LA and New York) AMC is hosting a true movie marathon and screening all the nominees in a row, from 11am on Saturday 2/25 to around 8am on Sunday the 26th.

For my Boston peeps, there are 5 participating theaters in the area hosting the 2 day showcase, but no marathons locally. For everyone else, check here to see a BPS is happening near you!

*Note: I wasn’t perked or paid for this post, but wanted to share this efficient way to see the best picture nominees!*


2 Responses to “Got Oscar Nominees?”

  1. Rob February 10, 2012 at 5:21 pm #

    Have you ever done this before? I always wanted to try this out to see if I could actually stay awake through all the films, but I’m too impatient and end up seeing all the nominees even before they’re announced!

  2. thedailycraic February 16, 2012 at 2:19 pm #

    This is such a cool idea! I can’t wait for the Oscars. PS: I tagged you in my post today 😀

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